PEGA-CC5 SERVICE MANUAL US Model Ver 1.1 2003.09 The PEGA-CC5 is composed of the following models. Cradle unit PEGA-CC5 DC/DC converter unit XA-DC5 Remote commander RM-X136 GPS antenna VCA-36 SPECIFICATIONS Car Battery Adapter Power Supply Operating temperature 5 ºC to 35 ºC...
PEGA-CC5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Notes on chip component replacement • Never reuse a disconnected chip component. • Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be dam- SERVICING NOTES ..........3 aged by heat. GENERAL Flexible Circuit Board Repairing Location of Controls ............
PEGA-CC5 SECTION 1 SERVICING NOTES SERVICE POSITION • In checking the CN/MAIN board, prepare extension jig (Part No. J-2502-079-1) and connect jig (Part No. J-2502-079-2). CLIE main board (CN2) CN board (CN902) Connect extension jig (J-2502-079-1) to the main board (CN2) and CN board (CN902).
PEGA-CC5 SECTION 2 This section is extracted from instruction manual. GENERAL Location of controls Front panel A Auto dimmer eye Receptor for the dimmer. B Built-in speaker for the Text- to-voice function (located at the back of the car cradle) •...
PEGA-CC5 Wireless card remote commander Refer to the pages listed for details. ® For details about the StreetFinder application, refer to the StreetFinder User’s Guide. For details about replacing the batteries, refer to “Replacing the lithium battery” on page 76.
PEGA-CC5 D < (./m)/, (M/>) I DSPL button buttons • To change the display items for the Press to: Music application. 50 – move the cursor left/right on the • To change the image on Photo/ Car Launcher screen. 31 Screensaver.
Continued on next page GPS Meter This application allows you to view GPS signal reception conditions. Monitor This application displays the playing/receiving information of a Sony car audio when connected to the optional SONY- BUS connection adapter (XA-CC1).
Basic Applications: The basic applications for the car cradle. ® ® When you use the StreetFinder application, install the StreetFinder Audio Monitor: The application for a Sony car audio via the SONY-BUS Travel Navigation Software, too. connection adapter (optional) (page 54). ® For details about installing the StreetFinder Travel Navigation Software, refer to Click Next.
PEGA-CC5 Step 2: Setting up your CLIÉ™ handheld for Step 3: Mounting your CLIÉ™ handheld in the car cradle the car cradle Follow the setup procedure according to your CLIÉ handheld type. To operate applications/functions during in-vehicle mode, mount your CLIÉ...
– The wireless card remote commander of the car cradle is available. respective setting screens. – Car audio operation is available only when the SONY-BUS connection *2 If the application is not usable in normal CLIÉ mode, CLIE Launcher appears.
PEGA-CC5 About the caution alarm Basic operations The caution alarm alerts you to not to leave your CLIÉ handheld in the car. After 5 seconds the car cradle is turned off during in-vehicle mode, the caution Operating the touch panel alarm sounds and the screen flashes.
Mount your CLIÉ handheld in the car cradle. Monitor 54 This application allows you to view you the Sony The Warning message is displayed. car audio information on the CLIÉ handheld Press any button on the remote commander to cancel the screen.
PEGA-CC5 G ./> icons G ./> icons L Image of sender For details, page 36. If an image of the sender is in refer to Go to the beginning of the Tap . after reading out the header. Address Book, the image is current mail displayed on the screen.
PEGA-CC5 Start time reading out mode Display items The schedule starts to read out automatically when the start time of the schedule is reached. Note Tips If a name consists of many characters, the end is displayed as “…” • This mode starts automatically even if Schedule is not activated.
Listening to music car audio. You can enjoy music in your CLIÉ handheld with your car audio even if it does not have input terminals for other devices, or if the SONY- Complete each setting, refer to the instructions on the BUS connection adapter (optional) is not connected.
PEGA-CC5 Notes Using the SONY-BUS connection adapter • When playback stops, the clock (OFF) display appears on the Sony car audio display. (optional) • The Music screen switches to the Monitor screen depending on the setting (page 73). • LINE OUT is turned off and the built-in FM transmitter is deactivated when the You can operate the Music application with a Sony car audio by connecting SONY-BUS connection adapter is connected.
This application allows you to view GPS signal reception conditions. The Monitor application shows you playing/receiving information (title list of the disc in the CD/MD changer, title list of the FM station memo) on a Sony To start the GPS Meter application car audio.
*6 Available only when an MP3 file is played or CD TEXT disc contains displayable Standard/List information. switch icon* *7 If the disc has been labeled by the Sony car audio using the CUSTOM FILE function, CD/MD unit Disc Memo is displayed accordingly. number* *8 Only for CD TEXT discs with the artist name.
Configures the settings for the Sound function. (System Sound/Lower audio volume during voice Notes playback/FM Transmitter/Delay time to Sony Car • When you operate Car Setting, detach your CLIÉ handheld from the car cradle. Audio) During in-vehicle mode, Car Setting is not displayed.
Setting the Delay time to Sony Car Audio Assigning Applications to Application You can set playback start time to provide time for the Sony car audio to Buttons recognize your CLIÉ handheld. This setting prevents the beginning of a track being cut off.
PEGA-CC5 Setting Miscellaneous Tap the Enable color changing check box. When the check box is checked, the color changes automatically at the specified time set by you. Displaying the Miscellaneous screen Tips Tap the arrow V in the top right-hand corner of the Car •...
The Schedule setting screen is displayed. The screen does not switch to Monitor when “PDA” is selected as a source for a Sony car audio. This setting Tap the check box next to each option to select it. Refer appears only when the Monitor application is installed to the explanation below for details about each option.
PEGA-CC5 Replacing the lithium battery Additional information Under normal conditions, battery will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the wireless card remote commander becomes This section describes how to solve common problems you may encounter when using shorter.
FM transmitter operation FM car audio Car cassette adapter connection Car audio cassette player Car connecting pack CPA-9C (optional) LINE OUT Sony BUS compatible car audio connection Connection adapter XA-CC1 (optional) CONTROL IN BUS AUDIO IN Sony BUS compatible car...
– Direct sunlight (for extended periods of time) • Position the unit at a location that does not • Do not drop the unit. Car Cradle Ready Sony car audio units are; obstruct the operation of passenger-side airbag. • Disconnect the car battery adapter from the •...
PEGA-CC5 Mounting support arm Attaching condition and rubber blocks less than 80 mm Dashboard section more than 8 mm parallel fin side fin air vent section more than 6 mm less then 5 mm thick Combination example Mounting example Installing the mounting attachment...
PEGA-CC5 You can also fix the cord of the GPS Connecting the car Detaching your CLIÉ handheld antenna or the car battery adapter to battery adapter the hooks on both sides of the mounting attachment. cord hook A Attaching to the inside of a car Place cord.
PEGA-CC5 SECTION 3 DISASSEMBLY • This set can be disassembled in the order shown below. 3-3. MAIN BOARD 3-1. DISASSEMBLY FLOW 2 four screws 3-2. FRONT/REAR PANEL ASSY 3-3. MAIN BOARD 3-4. CN BOARD (B2 × 4) 5 main board Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.
PEGA-CC5 4-3. NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS • Waveforms – MAIN Board – Note on Printed Wiring Boards: Note on Schematic Diagram: • X : parts extracted from the component side. • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF: µµF 1 IC13 ql (C32KIN) •...
PEGA-CC5 4-13. IC PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION • MAIN BOARD IC9 TC35143DFG (CODEC) Pin No. Pin Name Description 1 to 3 GPIO6 to GPIO8 Not used DIMMER_SW Auto dimmer on/off switch input terminal “L”: AUTO, “H”: OFF ADSYNC Clock signal input for internal A/D converter from the CPU...
PEGA-CC5 Pin No. Pin Name Description 49 to 52 GPIO0 to GPIO3 Not used — Not used DVSS1 — Ground terminal System reset signal input from the CPU SSYNC Serial data frame synchronized signal (72 kHz) input from the CPU...
PEGA-CC5 • MAIN BOARD IC13 TMPR3912AU-92 (CPU) Pin No. Pin Name Description — Power supply terminal (+3.3V) Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM — Ground terminal 4, 5 D25, D26 Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM — Power supply terminal (+3.3V) Two-way data bus with the SD-RAM —...
PEGA-CC5 Pin No. Pin Name Description UART serial receive data input from a CLIE UART serial transmit data output to a CLIE INT2 Interrupt request signal input from the ASIC — Not used IRIN UART serial receive data input terminal Not used...
PEGA-CC5 Pin No. Pin Name Description UART serial receive data input from a CLIE — Power supply terminal (+3.3V) POWER LED1 LED drive signal output terminal POWER LED2 LED drive signal output terminal Not used LED7 Not used UART communicating with a CLIE data enable signal output terminal VSS_PLL —...
PEGA-CC5 Pin No. Pin Name Description — Not used Chip select signal output to the ASIC Data read enable signal output to the ASIC — Ground terminal — Power supply terminal (+3.3V) DGRNT Enable signal output of external test logic or bus master Not used...
Muting on/off control signal output to the speaker amplifier CMUTE Muting on/off control signal output for the line output SBUSMUTE Muting on/off control signal output for the SONY bus Not used — Ground terminal CLIE_POWER Power control signal output for a CLIE Not used...
PEGA-CC5 Pin No. Pin Name Description ONBUTN For power on control signal output to the CPU Power on reset signal output to the CPU SYSCLK System clock signal output to the CPU FLRMWE Write enable signal output to the flash memory...
PEGA-CC5 Pin No. Pin Name Description System reset signal input from the reset signal generator “L”: reset NRESET For several hundreds msec. after the power supply rises, “L” is input, then it changes to “H” — Ground terminal SMODE Test terminal Normally fixed at “L”...
PEGA-CC5 SECTION 5 EXPLODED VIEW NOTE: • -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they may have some difference from the original are seldom required for routine service. Some one. delay should be anticipated when ordering •...
PEGA-CC5 SECTION 6 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST MAIN NOTE: • Due to standardization, replacements in the • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board. parts list may be different from the parts speci- are seldom required for routine service.
PEGA-CC5 Ver 1.1 MAIN Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark R310 1-208-691-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 0.5% 1/16W R423 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 1/16W R311 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 1/16W R425 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 1/16W R430 1-218-933-11 RES-CHIP...
PEGA-CC5 Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark PARTS FOR INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS ************************************** 3-255-939-01 ARM (1), HOLD (S) X-3383-786-1 ARM (2) ASSY, HOLD (L) 3-255-988-01 BRACKET 3-258-235-01 BRACKET (KNOB) HOLDING ARM (S) HOLDING ARM (L) ×...
PEGA-CC5 REVISION HISTORY Clicking the version allows you to jump to the revised page. Also, clicking the version at the upper right on the revised page allows you to jump to the next revised page. Ver. Date Description of Revision 2003.07...